The Intrenchment Creek Community Stewardship Council will be hosting our next bi-monthly meeting on Saturday, September 25 at 11:00 am.
This in-person meeting will be done concurrently with our very first walking tour of the watershed. Meet us at Center Parc Stadium (755 Hank Aaron Drive SE Atlanta, GA 30315) as we highlight the headwaters of creek and important parts of the watershed.
Coffee and snacks will be provided.
And you can find the Facebook event here (please share with your networks!): https://fb.me/e/
Dear At Promise Partner
We at the At-Promise would like for your organization of youth to be our special guest for At-Promise Field Day 2021. Come join the Atlanta Police Foundation for the biggest collaborative youth event in the City of Atlanta’s history! In 2019, more than 500 youth, 200 volunteers, and 100 law enforcement officers gathered for a day of field day fun! With a unique series of field day games & activities, youth and local law enforcement officers can interact, engage, and explore new ways to build positive relationships and be active! The day is filled with activities, entertainment, food, and most importantly…breaking barriers and building relationships!
Adair Park II
866 Murphy Ave SW, Atlanta, GA 30310
Saturday, September 25, 2021
10:00am – 2:00pm
CHRIS180 will be hosting several mass vaccination events, and we would love your support with spreading the word. Please see the attached flyer and distribute as you can.
Pre-registration is recommended: fultonvax.coreresponse.org
We trust that you have had a good summer and that you are practicing safety as we continue to experience this pandemic.
The Fund for Southern Communities has again this year partnered with the Annie E. Casey Foundation to support the Atlanta Civic Site’s grants initiative for the NPU-V. Our role is different from previous years in that we will work more directly with applicants throughout the entire grants process.
We are pleased to share the attached application for the Annie E. Casey Foundation Atlanta Civic Site’s 2021 Community Investment Fund’s grants cycle. We ask that you take some time to review the guidelines/application in its entirety for updated focus. submissions procedures and other important information/dates. This year’s application has been modified to allow for funding activities taking place to address COVID-19 crises in our NPU-V neighborhoods. The deadline for submitting the complete application is 5:00 pm, September 30, 2021.
We will host a virtual grant-writing training on Thursday, September 9th at 6:00 pm. The link to access the meeting is: https://aecf.webex.com/aecf/j.php?MTID=mf145834ccb183ff44307361c159a0a38;
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If you have any questions or for information to connect with the Board representative for your neighborhood, feel free to contact Alice at 404.371.8404.
We look forward to connecting with you on the 9th of September.
Alice Eason Jenkins
Attachment: 2021 Community Investment Fund Grant Application
The meeting will be held on Monday, September 13th, at 7pm via Zoom. Participants will need to register in advance for this meeting via this link:
Meeting ID: 992 1132 0112
If you have questions about the Zoom meeting, please email email@example.com and the NPU-V board Zoom hosts will be able to help.
Please join residents of NPU-V & NPU-W for a joint work session discussing the new zoning reform legislation under consideration by City Council Ordinance sponsored by Councilmember Amir Farokhi.
Legislation under discussion is as follows:
- CDP- 21-43
Time: Saturday, August 21 from 11:00am to 12:30pm
Meeting ID: 882 8288 2891
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- Office of Housing & Development staff
- Neighbors for More Neighbors
This report offers early lessons and recommendations from work the Annie E. Casey Foundation is supporting in Atlanta and Milwaukee to prevent gun violence. These communities are part of a national movement to increase safety and heal trauma by examining root causes and addressing these issues from a public health and racial justice perspective. Residents in both cities are shaping and leading safety strategies with the support of local nonprofits and other public and private partners. Their stories highlight the many ways that philanthropic and system leaders can help catalyze alternative public safety models and support their development and implementation — including helping to establish a new narrative about what it takes to keep communities safe and building and sharing evidence on effective public health interventions.
As the work featured in this report shows, both public and private entities have roles to play in supporting a public health approach to safety. Residents in Atlanta, with funding and support from Casey and other investors, established a neighborhood-based advisory group and began implementing the Cure Violence model. In Milwaukee, another place where the Foundation is supporting Cure Violence, the movement to reimagine public safety is being driven by the city’s Office of Violence Prevention. Each community developed strategies and programs based on local goals, needs and circumstances. One common thread underpinning their efforts has been the purposeful engagement and inclusion of people living in the areas directly affected by violence.